Project 100,000

Project 100,000

About 25% of US Army soldiers in Vietnam were intentionally-recruited "misfits" who couldn't read and write, had an IQ of below 75, and/or dropped out of high school. Some didn't even know that the US was at war. They had 3x the casualty rate of regular soldiers. This controversial program was named Project 100,000.

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